In ‘Atomic Blonde,’ Theron heats up the Cold War

People don’t usually move very fast in Cold War thrillers. Mostly, the only time anyone runs is right before they get shot in the back. Most of

Riveting ‘Dunkirk’ is Nolan’s, and year’s, best

Dunkirk" is not a typical war movie. There are no brothers in arms, no flashbacks to simpler times and pretty wives and girlfriends left behind, no

A thrilling epic in ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’

Apparently all the new Planet of the Apes films needed to do to really hit a home run was take the humans out of the equation. It’s what this

‘Cars 3’ steers a welcome if imperfect gender shift

Three films in, it's time to ask some hard questions about the world of "Cars." What are their interiors like? Brains and a heart or plush

Coppola’s ‘The Beguiled’ disturbing and beautiful

The Beguiled" is a strange and uncomfortable film in both of its iterations. Sofia Coppola's take is more nuanced than the 1971 original, with deeper insight into

‘It Comes at Night,’ a brisk psychological thriller

That’s not an accident or a mistake, however. More likely, it’s a cheeky riff on the leaden, generic titles of so many jump-scare films before it. The "It"

‘Wonder Woman’ film and star live up to the name

Wonder Woman” has been the subject of so much superfluous fuss, it’d be easy to forget that behind all of the hand-wringing and both symbolic and real

In ‘The Exception,’ a lion in Nazi Germany winter

Has any lion in winter ever roared like Christopher Plummer? In British theater director David Leveaux’s WWII thriller “The Exception,” Plummer plays Wilhelm II, the exiled

Pitt goes all out in flawed satire ‘War Machine’

Brad Pitt (left) and Ben Kingsley in a scene from "War Machine" Here’s a general rule of thumb: If you’re going to rely heavily on voiceover to

Bryan Cranston shines in moody, escapist ‘Wakefield’

Have you ever fantasized about one day walking away from your well-ordered life? Just ditching work and the humdrum routine of life? You have? Then, before you

The rot of American wealth is on ‘The Dinner’ menu

It’s fitting that the first images you see in the riveting family drama “The Dinner” are of food. Fancy food. The kind of artful, designed fare

Timing couldn’t be better for Poitras doc on Assange

With all the weighty and momentous issues raised in “Risk,” Laura Poitras’ fascinating, thorny, and remarkably timely documentary on Julian Assange, one of the more subtly illuminating

‘Guardians’ returns and it’s better than the first

In James Gunn’s sequel to his swashbuckling space Western, the Guardians of the Galaxy do their version of “The Empire Strikes Back,” complete with daddy issues but

When the bullets fly, ‘Free Fire’ comes to a crawl

The shootout, often a ballet, is a battle royale in Ben Wheatley’s “Free Fire.” When the bullets start flying, Wheatley’s arms-deal-gone-wrong 1970s shoot-up comes to a

Emily Dickinson tale | ‘A Quiet Passion’ burns bright

There is something deeply funny and also beautiful about the idea that it would take a British man in his 70s to make the definitive film about

‘Their Finest’ stylishly blends wit, romance in WWII

Their Finest” is a movie about making a movie, specifically a glossy propaganda film meant to bolster morale in Britain in the darkest days of the

‘The Zookeeper’s Wife’ tells a riveting true story

In German-occupied Poland during the darkest days of World War II, a zookeeper and his wife managed to save the lives hundreds of Jewish people, many

Remembering the past, and editing along the way

A film that explores the latent longings and regrets of a cranky, self-absorbed septuagenarian might sound like a tough sell. But when we’re dealing with a performance as

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